Friday, July 18, 2014
Product Review: Devereux Golf
If the Golden Era of golf comes to mind while looking at Devereux’s offerings, that’s no mistake. While not a child of that time, Robert, the Creative Director, holds the legends of that era in high esteem - drawing from their aura and looking to recreate that mystique in this collection.
But the vibe is more than golf at Devereux. There’s influence from what designers are creating in Tokyo, Paris and Milan fused into this golf apparel. Inspiration from on and off the course adds an element to Devereux that is unique to the golf world.
The Jahan - offered in multiple color options with both white and steel as the base - is a conservative print with an elegance suited for any region of the country. It’s simple versatility would be just as welcome at the beach as it is on the greens.
The William goes beyond what is generally seen at the course. Today’s sophistication is on full display in this nicely tailored shirt. While the button-down collar and pocket suggest a formal feel, a pair of broad stripes across the chest provide a casual element.
Aesthetics are obviously important in the look-good/play good world of today’s golf fashion, but performance must trump appearance. Made of a 65/35 blend of Pima Cotton and Polyester, both styles not only feel great immediately, but also wear well over the course of several washings. Devereux gracefully walks the fine line of comfort under the arms, where not enough room can feel restrictive, while too much can be cumbersome and look boxy.
Golfers looking for performance and style would be wise to check out all Devereux has to offer at www.dvrxgolf.com.